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n.1.(Chem.) The act or process of reducing from the state of an oxide.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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After oxidation for 1 h, the morphologically of VO was identical to those of the V, only some fine particles formed by deoxidation have been observed.
The process of secondary refinement is performed to refine the microstructures with deoxidation reaction.
The liver is a metabolic and immunological organ that performs a variety of functions, including deoxidation, glycogen storage, and secretory protein synthesis.
Gaiaschi et al., "Chemical engineering of Cu(In,Ga)[Se.sub.2] surfaces: an absolute deoxidation studied by X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy and Auger electron spectroscopy signatures," Thin Solid Films, vol.
The features of the TF system such as its twisted design, not ground, surface deoxidation treatment, triangular cross-section, variable pitch, and safe-ended tip allow its effective use in root canal retreatment.
In response to these challenges, a new concept for ozone formation was recently suggested, involving the oxidation of organic substrates such as aldehydes or amino acids to form oxidized intermediates, and the subsequent singlet oxygen-mediated deoxidation of the oxidized intermediates to produce ozone, whose subsequent decomposition in water affords hydrogen peroxide [34].
Ferrocaluminium silicon - "Kazakh" alloy is used for deoxidation of steel, as a restorer in electrothermal processes and explosives.
The aluminum ferrosilicon is used for deoxidation of steel.
So, the required oxygen content is 0.0015-0.008% in titanium deoxidation steel [12].
Zhu, "Production of visible activity and UV performance enhancement of ZnO photocatalyst via vacuum deoxidation," Applied Catalysis B, vol.